PHOENIX - Two businesses suffered serious damage after a strip mall fire in Phoenix Tuesday.
Phoenix Fire Department officials said the fire happened around 5:35 p.m. near 15th Avenue and Thomas Road.
Firefighters said they received several 911 calls from people inside the Hamburger Works restaurant. Smoke was filling the building and forcing people outside.
When crews arrived, they discovered a small fire in an attached business called the Art for Fun.
A third business, Southwest Gardener, was undamaged.
Officials said no one was injured in the fire.
Fire crews said Hamburger Works and Art for Fun could be closed for several days due to the damage.
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